Orthopedic Care That Never Stops.
Personalized treatment for all bone and joint conditions.
From joint replacements to treating broken bones, the experts at the Brigham and Women's Orthopedic and Arthritis Center can help you reduce pain and gain the mobility you had before illness or injury.
Our innovative team of specialists provide comprehensive care for the most common to complex orthopedic conditions and work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that's tailored to your individual mobility goals. Whether you want to be able to go for a daily run or just walk down the stairs without pain, we'll be there with you every step of the way, with a focus on getting you back to your life as quickly as possible.
Additionally, you can also experience our orthopedic expertise and compassion with Virtual Visits. Our innovative team of specialists can consult with you virtually to help you stay connected to your care and will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that's tailored to your individual mobility goals.
Schedule a Virtual Visit or an in-person appointment today and see how our Orthopedic care never stops.
Our Safe Care Commitment
The health and safety of our patients, families and staff is our top priority. We are taking a comprehensive approach to prevent the spread of infectious diseases while we continue to provide the expert orthopedic care our patients need. Learn more about our Safe Care Commitment and the measures we are taking to provide the safest possible environment.
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If you have sudden or ongoing pain in your knee, hip or shoulder, you may wonder when it’s time to seek medical care for your joint problem. You may be able to manage pain on your own for a while, but how do you know if joint pain is a sign of a serious problem that needs care?
After struggling with joint pain for years, Doug chose to undergo hip and knee replacement surgeries with Brigham and Women's Department of Orthopedics. To his delight and surprise, in both cases he was able to go home the very same day as his surgery.
The knee, the largest joint in the body, bears most of our weight. Due to the natural wear-and-tear that comes with constant lifting and moving, the knee is frequently affected by arthritis.